Read about cutting edge research from Harvard that both contradicts a “secular” understanding of modernity and supports an egalitarian economic vision of such.
Author: Jon Rowe
Does this seem as wrong to you as it does me?
Transgenderism is not some new crazy phenomenon coming out of the modern demented, decadent, relativistic West mind. Let’s look at how other cultures view this.
How does Marcion, an early church father, who like Arius was one of the earliest notable heretics, relate to the Christian-Deism that arose in England and America during the Enlightenment period of the American Founding. That’s what I am trying to figure out here.
I’m trying to understand the term “neoliberalism” that is often bandied about. I am interested in whether readers think I get it right here.
There can be only one. And he was it.
Justice Scalia, RIP. That he would ditch Stare Decisis would make the American System look more European. Yet, Scalia didn’t think “Americans should be governed the way that Europeans are.” That’s a conundrum.
Ben Franklin was not a non-religious “deist.” But neither was he a traditional orthodox Christian. For some cutting edge research that sheds light on Franklin’s actual religious beliefs, click on the link.
I’m super-interested in this book, just like Bill Clinton is and John Adams and Thomas Jefferson probably would have been.
How authentic is it to the various religious systems the notion that all religions try to get at the same essential truth and in a sense do?
An example of how Christian Nationalist history revision harms.
For those wishing for happy endings, his thesis is probably too good to be true.
How does the “slippery slope” relate to “post hoc ergo propter hoc” with a discussion of “causation” in a legal context.
Speculation as to the possible existence of a secret coterie of advanced beings who filter knowledge down to NASA scientists.
What is the future of higher education? Face to Face? Online? One veteran practitioner’s opinion informed by experience.
Trying to solve the dilemmas posed by Sola Scriptura can lead to interesting implications for philosophy, politics, law and society.
The power of monopolies. Some are legal, some not. If you can pull it off legally, monopolies can make you loads of $.
How to get rich and the philosophy about how to get rich.